Today, the expectations of learners are much different than they were only a few years ago. Much of what is currently rolled up monolithic, one-size-fits-all courses must give way to small but relevant content updated and delivered continuously to learners based on their individual profiles or needs. In other words, learning needs to go Agile.
Brent Schlenker is a recognized eLearning Industry Leader with over 12 years of experience implementing eLearning technologies across the globe. He is the DevLearn Program Director & New Media and Emerging Technologies analyst at The eLearning Guild. Blogging since 2004, Brent writes on corporate eLearning strategies and development, and aims to explore the crossroads of technology and learning.
Connie Malamed is a popular blogger and author of ‘Visual Language for Designers’, an insightful book on information designed for visual communicators and applicable to the field of learning and instructional design. Connie also runs a unique consulting practice through which she designs, develops and consults on projects for clients that blend visual communication with cognitive psychology.
Mark Berthelemy is Solutions Architect at Capita Learning and Development in the UK and a learning technology specialist with over 10 years experience in the eLearning industry. Mark is also the author of the Learning Conversations blog, where he makes the case that companies are spending thousands of dollars on creating training content but they are locking it away in their Learning Management System (LMS). In today’s podcast Mark will be discussing how to get more from your LMS.
For those of you who read my blog, have seen any of my blog comments, or follow me on twitter, you’ll know that I’m a fairly big critic of training departments that still tend to disconnect themselves from the rest of the enterprise, be it stand-alone learning content development processes, and now much to my chagrin, siloed social learning initiatives. Today, I’m going to talk about learning content management (ECM) and enterprise content management (LCM).